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A young television journalist for a news network, Buck Willams, reports from Israel about a new technology with which food will grow almost anywhere. He calls this a miracle. Suddenly, Russian jets fly over, attempting to attack Israel. The entire squadron of jets is mysteriously destroyed and explodes in the air.
The story shifts to Pilot Rayford Steele, who has been called in for an emergency flight from Chicago to London, thus forcing him to abandon his son's birthday party. Despite his wife's and his daughter's protests, he sets out on the flight, leaving his family behind. Buck, having decided to go to London for an investigation of the attack, boards Steele's plane.
During the flight some passengers awaken to realize that several of their fellow passengers are missing. Panic sets in as Steele and his crew try to contain this situation. Upon returning to the flight cockpit, they discover that people (later revealed to be Christians) are mysteriously disappearing worldwide. He is forced to turn the plane back to Chicago.
Shortly after landing, Buck locates Steele and asks him to fly him to NYC. Steele refuses, saying that he has to be with his family. He asks Buck to go with him and they drive to his suburban home.
Meanwhile, Chloe, Rays daughter, is driving to her college exam when she encounters a large traffic accident. People are reporting driverless cars and children missing from their seats. While Chloe is inspecting the carnage, her car is stolen by a hurt man and she is stranded on the wrecked highway.
Steele returns home and discovers that his wife and kids are missing. He and Buck are forced to stay in Steele's house because of a military-enforced curfew. Steele starts crying, he starts to get upset that he smashes a mirror with his wife's Bible, which he then actually starts to read.
Chloe returns home and reunites with her father. Soon Chloe goes downstairs and discovers Buck sleeping on the couch. Chloe drives Buck to the Airport and goes to look for her younger brother. Steele finally finds her in an elementary school and scolds her for running away.
After Chloe returns home, Steele goes to their neighborhood church and finds a pastor who knows Jesus from when they were kids but who has not been raised to heaven because of his lack of faith in God. He complains that he preached all his life but was never rewarded properly, because there's a difference between knowledge of God and belief in God.
Later, he begs God for another chance, and Steele assures him that God will. They watch a videotape left by another pastor, which tells us the true meaning of Rapture, in which all the believers are taken to heaven, while the rest are left behind to endure the tribulation.
When Buck gets to NYC and finds his contact has been killed, he takes a computer disc, and is almost shot by a sniper. Buck decodes the computer disc and finds that someone is trying to bankrupt the UN in order to control the world's food supply. After meeting with a UN member, a car bomb explodes and kills the UN member. Buck returns to the Steele house.
Steele tells Chloe about God and she says she believes. Buck, however, does not. He goes to the UN to warn the delegates. Steele attempts to stop him by saying anything other than God will not work. Buck ignores Steele's advice and goes to the UN anyway. After his departure, Steele and his daughter pray for him.
At the UN, Buck warns the officials, but to little avail. Before the meeting Buck finally accepts God and asks Him to show him The Way. When God complies, he realizes that UN Secretary-General Nicolae is the Antichrist when he reveals his plan for world domination. His plans for rebuilding the temple of Israel are a logical first step to this end. He shoots the two bankers behind the plot to bankrupt the UN and then brainwashes everyone at the meeting into not telling anyone else about the murder he has committed. Everyone agrees, having been brainwashed. After the meeting Buck asks Hattie and his friends in the UN to open their eyes but they have all been brainwashed.
Buck finally returns to the church, knocks on the door, and Chloe lets him in. Buck says the seven years of peace declared by Nicolae will be the seven worst years mankind has ever seen, and that faith is all we need.
A young television journalist for a news network, Buck Willams, reports from Israel about a new technology with which food will grow almost anywhere. He calls this a miracle. Suddenly, Russian jets fly over, attempting to attack Israel. The entire squadron of jets is mysteriously destroyed and ex...